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WWE Wheeling & Canton live results: Last shows before Extreme Rules

Submitted by James Peckiicz from last night's Raw house show in Wheeling, West Virginia

- Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin

Balor pinned him with a small package.

- Elias, Jinder Mahal, The Revival & The B-Team (Curtis Axel & Bo Dallas) defeated Raw Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt, Titus O'Neil, Apollo Crews, Heath Slater & Rhyno

Elias hit the Drift Away on Slater for the win.

- No Way Jose defeated Curt Hawkins

- Bayley, Natalya & Ember Moon defeated Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan & Mickie James

Bayley pinned Logan after the Bayley-to-Belly suplex.

- Braun Strowman defeated Kevin Owens in a no DQ match

For the finish, Strowman powerslammed Owens through a table that was set up in the corner.

- Chad Gable defeated Mike Kanellis

Gable picked up the win with a rolling belly-to-back suplex. Kanellis issued an open challenge after the match, which was answered by Bobby Lashley.

- Bobby Lashley defeated Mike Kanellis

Lashley used a vertical brainbuster for the win.

- Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss defeated Sasha Banks and Nia Jax in a triple threat match to retain her title

After Jax gave Banks a Samoan drop, Bliss knocked Jax out of the ring and stole the pin.

- Roman Reigns & Bobby Roode defeated Drew McIntyre & Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler

Reigns pinned Ziggler with a spear.


Submitted by Jeff Schwartz from SmackDown's show in Canton, Ohio

- United States Champion Jeff Hardy defeated Shelton Benjamin to retain his title

Hardy is obviously banged up. He was very over with the young fans and won with the Twist of Fate/stunner. Benjamin looked solid.

- The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) defeated SAnitY (Eric Young & Alexander Wolfe) by DQ

Wolfe was the least impressive person in the match. The disqualification came when Killian Dain interfered. SAnitY tried a beatdown after, but New Day stood tall and danced to pop the crowd.

- Andrade "Cien" Almas (w/ Zelina Vega) defeated Sin Cara

They had a good match, but there were sloppy moments from both. Almas won with the double knees. Almas was very over and there was lots of heat for Vega's interference.

- Daniel Bryan defeated Samoa Joe

Excellent match that went about 15 minutes. The drama and selling went above normal house show efforts, and the crowd reacted positively to both. Bryan won with the running knee.

- Asuka, Naomi, Becky Lynch & Nikki Cross defeated SmackDown Women's Champion Carmella, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville & Lana

There was lots of action and a lot of moving parts, but there was no real pace or psychology to it. The crowd loved Lynch and Carmella. Asuka submitted Lana with the Asuka Lock.

The top rope broke in the corner, and the replacement took about 10 minutes. They played Asuka’s theme music the entire time while the babyfaces took pictures and signed autographs. Classy gesture.

- The Usos defeated Cesaro & Sheamus

Great match. Cesaro is so athletic, and The Usos made him look like a million bucks. Jimmy got the pin on Cesaro.

- WWE Champion AJ Styles defeated Shinsuke Nakamura and Rusev in a triple threat match to retain his title

Styles retained with the Phenomenal Forearm on Nakamura. They had a pretty sloppy match. The only real psychology was the heels going at it for a second, which caused Nakamura to lose.

Styles cut a post-match promo saying that everyone, including him, loves Rusev Day, but it's not celebrated in his house. He thanked the fans and singled out a few of them, did Too Sweets, and plugged Extreme Rules.